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Mein Jugni Jee


  1. is really fun to listen...

  2. Alif allah chambay di booti, tey meray murshid mann vich lai hoo
    My master has planted the fragrant seed of love in my heart

    Ho nafi uss baat da paani dey kay
    Which flourished with modesty, piety and acceptance of his existence

    Har ragaay harjai hoo
    My God is present in every throbbing pulse

    Ho joog joog jeevay mera murshid sohna
    My spiritual guide is ever-present

    Hathay jissay booti lai ho
    The one who blew life into me

    (chorus # 1)

    Pir meraya jugni ji
    I have the spirit of my guide

    Ae way allah waliyan di jugni ji
    The spirit of all the messengers who brought His message to this Earth

    Ae way nabbi pak di jugni ji
    The spirit of Holy Prophet

    Ae way maula ali wali jugni ji
    The spirit of Ali and his followers

    Ae way meray pir di jugni ji
    The spirit of my saint

    Ae way saaray sabaz di jugni ji
    The spirit of all his words

    Dum gutkoon, dum gutkoon, dum gutkoon, dum gutkun… karay Saeein
    Everytime I think of you God, my heart flutters

    Parhay tay kalma nabi da parhay saeein pir merya
    So recite the kalma whenever I think of God

    (chrous #1 repeat)

    Jugni taar khaeein vich thaal
    O my creation, share whatever you have

    Chad duniya dey janjaal
    Remove yourself from worldly concerns

    Kuch nai nibna bandiya naal
    There is nothing that you can get from other human beings that you can take to the after-life


    Rakhi saabat sidh amaal
    Just keep your actions and intentions pure

    (chorus # 1 repeat)

    Jugni dig payee vich roi
    So absorbed was the creation that she stumbled into a ditch

    Othay ro ro kamli hoi
    There she wailed relentlessly

    Oddi vaath naye lainda koi
    But there was no one who enquired about her


    Tey kalmay binna nai mildi toi
    Remember, there is no salvation for anyone without remembering your creator

    (chorus #1 repeat)

    (chorus # 2)

    Ho wanga charha lo kuriyon
    Put on your bangles, girls

    Meray daata dey darbaar diyan
    Those that you get at your Master’s shrine

    (chorus # 2 repeat)

    Ho naa kar teeya khair piyari
    Daughter, don’t be proud of your youth

    Maan daindiya galaryaan
    Your mother scoffs and scolds you

    Din din talhi juwani jaandi
    That with each passing day, your youth slips by

    Joon sohna puthia lariyaan
    Even gold when put in the furnance moulds itself, there is absolutely no permanence

    Aurat marad, shehzaday sohney
    Women, men are so beautiful

    O moti, O laa lariyaan
    Like pearls, like gems

    Sir da sarfa kar naa jairey
    Those who are not self-absorbed

    Peen prem pya lariyan
    They are the ones who truly love the humanity

    O daatay day darbaan chaa akho
    Whenever you visit the darbar of any saint

    Pawan khair sawa lariyan
    God fulfils all your wishes and showers you with his blessings

    (chorus # 2 repeat)

    O wanga charha lo kuriyon meray daata tey darbar diyan
    Put on your bangles, girls … Those that you get at your Master’s shrines

    O wangha charha lo kuriyon meray daata tey darbar diyan
    Put on your bangles, girls … Those that you get at your Master’s shrines

    (chorus # 2 repeat)

    (chorus # 1 repeat)

    Jugni ji
    Jugni ji
    Jugni ji…

    Jus Love it!!!!

  3. Thankyou rIZ and urooj and Thinking. It has quite a powerful message. And has been made so well! WoW

  4. Its truly amazing.. and it touched more after I read the translation of the lyrics posted by Rizwan.

    I also loved Ramooz-e-Ishq by Abida Perveen in this Coke Studio season. I am sure you must have heard that song as well. If not then here it is Ramooz-e-Ishq


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